This machine is a must for any serious logging work
Its no wonder why logging is the most dangerous work environments today
Got to sawing some of these logs today. Had to put on my 2' bar but got some nice boards out of this hemlock
Here's a close up look at how nice that chainsaw mill leaves lumber. Not what you'd expect from one of these, but the quality of cuts are better than some band mills I've seen, and no waves.
Two of us working the mill, and rolling logs, and handling the lumber.........the piles starting getting higher and looking like progress is being made. One pile of 2" framing stock, and the further pile of 1" boards ready to dry a while. That's Tyler Mcintosh/Forester logger who I'm milling this stuff for.
A few day's later?
This is the raker gauge I found to work best in giving that agressive fast cutting (like new) to a chain. It has different settings for softwood or hardwoods
This is what it looks like when ready to file. One end rests on the tooth, and the other on the chain and file across till the tooth is no longer sticking up through